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The University Libraries will welcome its second cohort of Primary Sources Teaching Fellows to the Wilson Special Collections Library in June. As year two of the program begins, instructors and fellows from the inaugural class reflect on the program’s impact during …

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Protesters, including Deborah Ferruccio (right) in Warren County, 1982. Original photo by Harold Moore.

An exhibition at the Wilson Special Collections Library tells the story of a watershed moment in environmental activism through the perspectives of those who lived it.

Annie Elledge, graduate student in geography, in the Special Collections Reading Room at Wilson Library (photo by Alyssa LaFaro)

With support from the University Libraries, graduate student Annie Elledge explores how Durham became known as the “Diet Capital of the World.”

The site draws from the collaborative project The Story of Us: Documenting and Preserving LGBTQIA Carolina History.